Low-Temperature (Cooled) Measurement
Thermal analysis measurement at low temperatures is widely used for evaluating physical characteristics of oils/fats in foods/cosmetics, various oils, waxes, rubbers, and plastics (for example, measuring the transition point at low temperatures).
The figure on the right (upper) shows a measurement example where two types of automobile engine oil are cooled to -120 °C and then heated. It can be seen that sample M has better cold resistance since it coagulates at lower temperatures. (TAC-60L used)
Reference) Thermal Analysis Application News No.T139
The figure on the right (lower) shows data obtained by measuring commercially-available lipsticks (A, B, C). The peaks are caused by melting of wax and oil/fat in the lipstick. Peak shapes differ greatly according to type of lipstick.
* Including accessory liquid nitrogen tank (35 L). The continuous operating time when this tank is used is approximately 8 hours. (This changes according to the temperature program.)
* To prevent condensation, be sure to use dry nitrogen or inert gas when operating this system.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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